Gas prices in Wisconsin have been dipping in recent days, but we’re still well above the national average. “We’ve got some pretty good room to move downward, once we’ve got these supplies flowing back in more freely to the Midwest,” said Pam Moen of AAA Wisconsin.
Moen said refineries that were out of commission during the recent price spike, are now back in operation, or will be soon. “It should be just a matter of days before we get the supply situation back to where it should be in the Midwest, and with that we can hope to see some drop in gas prices, and perhaps even significantly.”
As recently as June 7, the cost of a gallon of unleaded gasoline was averaging $4.00 in Wisconsin.